Cabaret Voltaire ‎– Easy Life

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Parlophone ‎– 12RX 6261
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Vinyl, 12", Single
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Recorded at Fon Studios, Sheffield
Mixed at Roundhouse Studios, London
Computer Images taken from the Hypnotised video

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  • Barcode (On Sticker): 5 099920 401764

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12R 6261 Cabaret Voltaire Easy Life(12", Single) Parlophone 12R 6261 UK 1990 Sell This Version
CDR 6261, 20 3963 2 Cabaret Voltaire Easy Life(CD, Single) Parlophone, Parlophone CDR 6261, 20 3963 2 UK 1990 Sell This Version
12R 6261 Cabaret Voltaire Easy Life(12", Single, Die) Parlophone 12R 6261 UK 1990 Sell This Version
R 6261, 20 3963 7 Cabaret Voltaire Easy Life(7", Single) Parlophone, Parlophone R 6261, 20 3963 7 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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LUV2LOOK

LUV2LOOK

November 2, 2017
Agree! especially with meeper's comment and for the track listing regarding CRUSHTRASH's response to the track listing.
Recently picked this up (From Here) (Just listened to it, Excellent!!) and noticed the track listing. Was wondering which vinyl track would match up to titles on the label but CRUSHTRASH seems to put it straight!! Thanks !! seems like more similar to a Jean Michel Jarre or Kraftwerk- ish type of tracks, oh well (either way all good) !!
CRUSHTRASH

CRUSHTRASH

April 2, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

As with a few of their Parlophone era 12", the track-listing order is not quite right! The Vocal Mix (the only one on this 12") is actually track B1. It is a unique Rob Gordon remix, with a very dominant treated bassline, not the album vocal, and has never made it to CD (yet). Listening to the other two mixes it is likely the correct naming would've been: A - Strange Mix, B1 - Vocal, B2 - Very Strange Mix (as this mix is much more free-form than the A side).

EMI even managed to repeat the mistake when they released the box set of 12"/outtakes, "Conform to Deform", and also "Remixed". Also on "Remixed" the remix of "Keep On" is the Phil Harding Club Mix, not the underground dubby Western Works mix by the boys, which mirrors the naming errors on the original CD single!